With over 33 years of market experience, KredoBank is one of Ukraine’s systemically important banks. The bank is part of the PKO Bank Polski financial group. PKO Bank Polski is the largest financial institution in Poland and one of the largest banks in Central and Eastern Europe.
KredoBank operates in 22 regions of Ukraine and in Kyiv, it provides a full range of banking services.
KredoBank’s clients include over 600,000 individuals and 57,000 legal entities. In particular, there are over 15,000 IT specialists, and more than 400 IT companies.
The bank remains stable in supporting customer operations and giving Ukrainian companies credit support in terms of war. Thanks to cooperation with state and international financial organizations, the bank offers businesses a number of credit and grant programs, including the risk sharing program from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the exporter support program from the Ukrainian Export Credit Agency, and the guarantee program from the European Commission, which allows lending to enterprises near the zones of active hostilities.
The right bank is KredoBank’s guiding philosophy. That is doing things right, avoiding extra asterisks, nuances, and hidden meanings. Thus, to make the terms of services and products clear and understandable for the clients. This mindset makes it feasible to develop a long-lasting relationship-based foundation for interaction with clients.
As a socially conscious company, KredoBank supports significant programs in the areas of health care, culture, education, and defense. The cultural initiatives “Cinema in the Park with KredoBank” and “Reading with KredoBank,” the program of collaboration with medical facilities “With a Good Heart,” and the social initiative “Bravery to Be Close” are the major social projects of the bank. The bank has been running the “Foundation KREDO” Charity Fund since 2021.
Since the beginning of the full-scale war in Ukraine, KredoBank has provided assistance to medical institutions in eastern Ukraine and internally displaced persons, created a shelter in Lviv for those who had to flee their homes due to the war and supported its further operation, assisted in completing the Center for Mine Action of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine, and started working with the state-of-the-art SuperHumans Center prosthetics clinic for soldiers and war victims.
“We are pleased to join the Lviv IT Cluster, and we are also honoured to become a part of the largest community of information technology companies in Ukraine. In addition to being a significant and valued client of the IT industry, today, KredoBank participates in the IT industry as a developer and implementer of digital solutions for cutting-edge banking services. I am convinced that being a part of the Lviv IT Cluster will allow us to exchange knowledge and enhance our services and offerings“, says Chairman of the Management Board of KredoBank, Jerzy Jacek Szugajew.
“Thanks to the KredoBank for the trust. We value the participation of such a systemically important bank in Ukraine as a part of the Lviv IT Cluster. Our partnership opens up new opportunities for both sides and reinforces Lviv and Ukraine’s common commitment to innovation and technological development. I hope for active participation in our projects and effective collaboration within the community,” adds Stepan Veselovsky, CEO of the Lviv IT Cluster.
With over 33 years of market experience, KredoBank is one of Ukraine’s systemically important banks. The bank is part of the PKO Bank Polski financial group. PKO Bank Polski is the largest financial institution in Poland and one of the largest banks in Central and Eastern Europe. KredoBank operates in 22 regions of Ukraine and […]https://itcluster.lviv.ua/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/foto-v-tekst.png